For the longest time I struggled with making numerical lists in my articles. If I used a particular type and then copied and pasted it into the text capsule it didn't look right.
I finally figured out how to do it right.
When you are writing something that has numbers..like a list of something like on one of my hubs "11 Reasons Why You Should Hire a Senior for that Job".
So what you do is you don't put any numbers on your original texts. Just space your paragraphs, then when you copy the text into the capsule manually write the number in. DO NOT USE THE NUMBER shortcut.
What I then do is I bold the title and use Paragraph 2 to make it bigger.
This way it looks nice, you can add other capsules without messing up your numbers and you can easily change the numbers. This works especially well if you are using several text capsules for your article.
Take a look at my article if you want and you will see how it looks.
http://brie-hoffman.hubpages.com/hub/11 … r-that-Job
I hope this helps
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